Sunday, September 4, 2011
Economy 101: Kid-Friendly Supplemental Resources
Oh-my-goodness! I have been working feverishly on my new economics unit since 7:00 last night. Since my hubster has been out of town for a college football game, I decided to make use of my free time by creating supplemental resources to use with my Social Studies curriculum and Unit 1 in Reading Street, which also focuses on economics. I don't think I have blinked for at least ten hours, and my fingers are seriously starting to cramp. I'm tellin' ya, I love when my creative juices start flowing, but sometimes I don't know when to call it quits... especially when I'm trying to fit it in while Mr. Wonderful is gone. Ladies, I have officially ran out of steam... and apparently ideas. So, 48 pages later, I am happy to say that I am finished. For now. I have uploaded the new bundle to TpT, so feel free to check out the preview file! I threw in my classroom jobs printable since it also reinforces the idea of economics, so this actually contains 40 NEW pages. I can't wait to launch this unit next week! Check it out to learn more about Play-Doh-nomics, Market Day, how to start your own classroom business, and more!